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I'm doing a Death Guard army, and would like my two Rhinos to especially emphasize the rotten Nurgle feel... so I thought it would be cool if they had Nurgle's rot all over them and stuff. However, I am far from a master sculptor, so I would have to commission this work...
Would anyone here be interested in Nurglizing a couple Rhinos? I would pay you of course, and provide the models. Something like this is what I have in mind.
Also if anyone knows of some relatively cheap studios that would do this I'd be grateful for a link.
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Damn. If I was home, and had a bit more experience, I'd be all over it....hell, I could do some of it right there in front of ya!
Ah well...gotta keep practicing till I get back home.
You will never be good at sculpting if you are un willing to try.
About three or four years ago I made a Iron warriors vindicator with some daemonic evil on it. I did some patchs of green stuff. The others I used a simple method.
First I painted the surface with a layer of super glue. While this was still wet I dripped water onto the area. The water is heavier than the superglue and thus sinks to the bottom making the super glue dry with bubbles in it that sometimes dry mid burst and stuff. Its really cool and REALLY easy to pull off.
Id have a go at this on some spare parts, see if you like it and then go from there.
You can also achieve this by melting the model itself. If you want boils you can take a soldering iron and lightly poke it into your tank. This will give you the effect of popped boils.
Also, you can use greenstuff to get this effect. Here you would want to lay out a small, flat roll of greenstuff onto the tank. Then, with a wet tool, you can drag it over the greenstuff to try and make areas that are distressed. This will make it look like the tank is stretching.
Here are some pics to look at and get some ideas.
this one you can see the greenstuff on the legs.
And in this one you can see the gs coming out behind the door.
Hope that helps!
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